BAMC, located near Cardiff International Airport, is a wholly owned subsidiary of British Airways, and carries out heavy maintenance on British Airways longhaul aircraft (specifically, Boeing 747-200, 747-400 and 777-200).
In February 2008, BAMC will also maintain Boeing 767-300 series aircraft for BA
BAMC employes in excess of 650 people, in three main departments, Production, Planning & Materials and Engineering Services. RUGBY
BAMC has its very own rugby team, playing under the name of British Airways Club South Wales RFC, the team are two time winners of the World Airline Rugby Tournament (WART) in 2000, and 2003.
The Director of rugby for the team is former Pontypool back row player,Terry Rice.
Star player of the team is Mr Gareth Snook, A cardiff man, who famously knocked out the world famous Cardiff RFC team out of the Welsh Challenge cup whilst playing for St Peters RFC, a local Cardiff side, he is also a part time magician and has performed all over the world with his very own brand of magic.